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Toots Play Centre and Balloon Emporium

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
Profile iconAll Ages
Location iconNeath
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Families on trampolines at Toots Play Centre and Balloon Emporium in Neath

Attraction Information

Toots have 6 slides, a multi level soft play frame with ball pit and loads of other classic features well delivered, plus a bouncy castle, trike track, and the wonderful dedicated baby soft play area which is full of the same pleasures on a smaller scale. Great for keeping the kids fit and healthy, happy and busy, developing gross motor and social skills. And of course, you get coffee and the chance to watch them in action! Mother and toddler sessions are also held here during term time Monday through Friday 10am to 12 noon and 1pm to 3pm.

In a recent addition they also now offer a trike track and 18 epic trampolines! Boinggggg! Ideal for if the kids aren't wild about the indoor play, to get them into the spirit and give them confidence with you a little bit closer.

Their life size mascots include Mickey, Minnie, Peppa Pig, a Minion, Bart Simpson, Fireman Sam and now Olaf from Frozen too! So if you're lucky your kids' favourite will show up while they're there for a hug and a high five… check ahead to find out when they are planning on making an appearance! Balloon shop on site too!

Private parties are of course also available here so the kids can choose form the following themes: Disney, Ben and Holly, Cars, super heroes, Frozen, disco, sports cars, Despicable Me, Peppa pig and Thomas the Tank Engine! Yay!

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday 09:30 - 16:00
Friday 09:30 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 16:00



Unit 14 Milland Rd Industrial Estate,
Glamorgan and Cardiff,
SA11 1NJ,

Phone number

01639 644332


General Admission
Kids (1+): £4.50
Under 1's: £1.50
Trampoline: £5.00
Bounce & Play: £7.00

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